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Jindo: Characteristics, Grooming, Health, Training
Also Known As:
Korean Jindo Dog
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Jindo is known to have
originated on Jindo Island in South West Korea.
It is said that Jindo dogs descended from
Mongolian battle dogs that were left on Korea's
Jindo Island after the 13th-century Mongol
invasion of Korea.
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A General Appearance
of the Dog
It's medium-sized, coarse,
double-coated body is either square or slightly
longer than tall. It has been divided into
two body types: Tonggol or Gyupgae and Hudu
The Tonggol or Gyupgae is very
muscular and shorter in body, with a depth of chest
equal to one-half the height at the withers and
a shorter loin, while the Hudu or Heutgae is more
slender with somewhat less depth of chest and a
slightly longer loin. Typically, males are larger
with heavier heads and females have more fox-like
features. These two types are gradually being blended
into a third type called Gakgol, which retains the
length of body of the Hudu style and the depth of
chest of the Tonggol style.
The Jindo may reach full size by
5 months, but takes 2 years to mature physically
and emotionally. A Jindo dog can either have a ring
tail (rolled on its back) or an erect tail (straight
up). Jindo dogs commonly possess Gingko nut-shaped
yellowish brown eyes with clear pupils. The ones
with reddish eyes are considered better hunters.
They have erect, triangular, symmetrical ears. Korean
law currently recognizes only white Jindo and red
Some Jindo Island residents have
valued black, black/tan and red/white ones for being
good hunters over the years. The UKC recognizes
five different coat colors: white, fawn, gray, black
and tan, and brindle (tiger pattern).
Height: At maturity,
desirable height is 19.5 to 21 inches for male dogs
of this breed and 18.5 to 20 inches for females.
Jindo males should weigh 35-45 lb. While the ideal
weight for female Jindo is 30-40 lb.
Temperament of the Dog
The Jindo is characterized by
fierce and unwavering loyalty towards its master.
It often takes much time for the dog to adjust to
a new master or environment. However, there are
many examples of older Jindo dogs being adopted
out of shelters in the United States and becoming
very loyal friends to their new owners.
Second, it has a miraculous instinct
for returning home. Indomitable hunting instinct
is another of the Jindo's prized specialities. It
is capable of finding and hunting deer,rabbits etc.
all by itself with the help of its superior sense
of smell,courageousness and competitiveness.
The Jindo, when trained, displays
amazing self-control when it comes to resisting
temptations offered by strangers.
What makes the Jindo a favorite
pet is its fastidious nature. It trains itself to
defecate and urinate at specific places and keeps
itself clean. Moreover, it refrains from stealing
food and obediently awaits the master's permission
to eat. Its protective nature, coupled with its
superior sense of smell and hearing and ability
to judge a stranger, makes it a treasured watchdog.
The Jindo has all the qualities
to make a wonderful pet. However, like other independent
breeds, they need firm handling by experienced,
efficient masters. It is generally gentle, obedient
and affectionate with people it is familiar with
and aloof with strangers. A mistreated or badly
trained Jindo can become violent.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
The Jindo should be allowed to
live indoors with the family as opposed to being
relegated to the yard where he might get into mischief
out of boredom or loneliness. They have been known
to scale walls or fences 8 feet high. As long as
they are sufficiently walked, the Jindo can be pleasant
apartment dwellers due to their natural fastidiousness.
Are they suited to homes
Because of its prey drives, it
might not be very reliable around other smaller
animals and children, unless properly socialized
from an early age. A Jindo sometimes takes resort
to aggressiveness in its interaction with other
dogs, in order to establish dominance over territory.
How Active is the Breed?
Jindo dogs need reasonable space
to roam and run. A minimum of two, 30-minute brisk
walks are necessary to keep a Jindo dog fit and
happy. Because of its prey drives, it is recommended
that the Jindo be kept on leash during its walks.
Although they are not naturally good at fetching,
they can be trained to fetch.
The Jindo has a double coat that
sheds heavily twice a year. During the shedding
season, extra care must be given to the coat. Warm
baths can help the process along.
However, many of these dogs display
a curious aversion from running water and avoid
situations that might get them wet. They let themselves
be washed, although with great reluctance. Daily
brushing is necessary to remove the undercoat.
The Jindo is a relatively healthy dog. However,they
are susceptible to Hypothyroidism.
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